NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- For all the iterations of Titans’ badness and mediocrity, their specialists have typically been quite good.

Ryan Succop’s offseason knee issues put them in a bind this season and set them on a path that had changed that.SuccopCAR

They nonchalantly acted with no concern about kicker in the preseason. When Succop told them he didn’t have his strength back and couldn’t at the start of the season, they picked Cairo Santos over Cody Parkey, until he bombed out.

Against the Colts in a 19-17 loss, Santos missed a 45-yard attempt wide left.

Against the Bills in a 14-7 loss, he missed a 50-yarder wide left, a 36-yarder wide right, had a 33-yarder blocked and missed a 53-yarder wide left by a mile.

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